Coloring – The Principles
Take time to do a Suitable Colour Consultation. Reveal your customer your Color Graph. Assess what degree she needs it to be and what her colour amount is now. Choose the desired color with her.
Select the Best Robustness of Programmer. Use 20 Vol Developer if the desirable color includes 1-2 degrees elevator, 30 Vol Developer for 2-3 degrees elevator, and 40 Vol Developer for 3 degrees elevator and more.
Determine if prelightening is desired. If your customer wants to not go more than 3 degrees heavier, you’ll need to use a high or powder -lift colours.
Get your Mixture Ratios right. Assess the directions of the hair color brand which you are using. The most common mixture is 1 part shade to 1 component Programmer. 1 component Colour is occasionally required by high Lift Shades to 2 components Programmer. Bleach is typically 1 component shade to 1 component Programmer, but you must make sure the mixture is enough runny that it will not dry out during the processing.
Regard the Development Time. Again, check the directions of the hair color brand which you are using. For bleach, until it’s lightened to the desirable amount you may have to observe the hair.
Total Head Coloring – Use Technique,Consistently apply colour on dry, unwashed hair just.For gray hair coverage, you must combine the desired colour colour with the accompanying foundation shade. For instance, if your customer needs 6G you’ll have to combine 6G with 6.
For covering dark bases with quite resistant gray hair (for instance, Asian or African American hair) it’s recommended to use the Additional Coverage String (“NN”) which many colour brands sell now.